Monday, January 12, 2015

Tuesday, January 13. 2015

Today's schedule is C-AG-D-A-B

C & A Blocks Social Studies 10 - Today we will spend the class working on our children's book about the building of the CPR. I have the library booked for you to use over the next three days, so don't forget there are some websites that can help you with images and potential plotlines:
Sir Sandford Fleming The Knight of Time
Railway Witnesses, Memory of a Nation
Revelstoke Railway Museum Photo Archive
The Canadian Encyclopedia - Building the Railway
The Kids site of Canadian Settlement - Chinese & the Railway
Vancouver Public Library - CPR History
BC Archives - CPR
Kamloops Art Gallery - Andrew Onderdonk & the CPR
Library & Archives Canada: Canada by Train
Library & Archives Canada: The Kid's site of Canadian Trains
Musee McCord Museum: CPR form sea to sea
Musee McCord Museum: Forging the National Dream
Canada Science and Technology Museum: Railways

This assignment is due next Monday (January 19th) so do not not blow this assignment off and don't leave it until the last minute. Some online cartoon/story creation sites include:
Pixton Comics
Little Write Brain
My Storybook
or if you want to work on an iPad at home try My Story

You will have a test on Manitoba, BC, the CPR and the Northwest Rebellion on Friday (January 16th);  I gave you a review yesterday so get prepared please.

D Block Law 9/10 - Today we will continue our look at crime scene investigation and we'll look at ballistics, fibres and the collection and processing of DNA evidence. Together as a class, we will work through the Rookie Training simulation on the Rice University's CSI: The Experience Web Adventure . We'll do the training for Forensic Biology (DNA), Toxicology, Firearms and Toolmarks (Ballistics), Medical Examiner (Pathologist) and CSI Ethics

B Block Law 12 - I have the library booked today for you to continue working on your civil law major term project. After today there are only 14 classes left until the final exam and 7 classes left in the library to work on your major civil law term project

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